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Due to an editing error in our Jan. 25 interview with prison expert William Nagel, the Monitor incorrectly stated that West Virginia was tied with Pennsylvania for the nation's sixth-lowest crime rate in 1980. Actually the two states were tied for sixth-lowest incarceration rate. West Virginia had the nation's lowest crime rate that year, and Pennsylvania the sixth-lowest.

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